Wireless-Powered Cooperative Communications via a Hybrid Relay
In this paper, we consider a wireless-powered cooperative communication network, which consists of a hybrid access-point (AP), a hybrid relay, and an information source. In contrast to the conventional cooperative networks, the source in the considered network is assumed to have no embedded energy supply. Thus, it first needs to harvest energy from the signals broadcast by the AP and/or relay, which have constant power supply, in the downlink (DL) before transmitting the information to the AP...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Information Theory Workshop (IFW) 2014|
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